Her primary areas of study are Domestic violence, Criminology, Context, Gender studies and Criminal justice. Her Domestic violence study spans across into areas like Power, Law, Social history, Development economics and Effective interventions. Marianne Hester combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Social psychology and Intervention with her study of Criminology.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Systemic problem, Narrative and Social care. Her Context research incorporates elements of Developing country, Social issues, Socioeconomics and East Asia. Her work carried out in the field of Gender studies brings together such families of science as Sexual violence and Crime control.
Her primary areas of investigation include Domestic violence, Criminology, Gender studies, Social psychology and Law. Her Domestic violence study deals with the bigger picture of Suicide prevention. Her Suicide prevention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
In the field of Criminology, her study on Justice, Criminal justice and Sexual violence overlaps with subjects such as Work. She undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Criminal justice and Attrition in her work. Her work on Human sexuality is typically connected to Same sex as part of general Gender studies study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Her main research concerns Domestic violence, Criminology, Psychiatry, Gender studies and Psychological intervention. Her Domestic violence study is focused on Suicide prevention in general. Her research in Suicide prevention tackles topics such as Injury prevention which are related to areas like Human factors and ergonomics.
Her Criminology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Law and Relation. Her work in the fields of Psychiatry, such as Mental health, overlaps with other areas such as Psychological abuse. Marianne Hester performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Gender studies and Same sex via her papers.
Marianne Hester mostly deals with Domestic violence, Suicide prevention, Criminology, Injury prevention and Psychiatry. Domestic violence combines with fields such as Nursing, Psychological intervention, Qualitative research, Family medicine and Clinical psychology in her work. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Suicide prevention and Occupational safety and health.
Her studies deal with areas such as Social psychology and Gender studies as well as Criminology. Her study on Gender violence, Feminism and Human sexuality is often connected to Multi method and Interpersonal violence as part of broader study in Gender studies. Her Injury prevention study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Human factors and ergonomics.
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Women, violence, and male power : feminist activism, research, and practice
Marianne Hester;Liz Kelly;Jill Radford.
Tackling Domestic Violence: Effective Interventions and Approaches
Marianne Hester;Nicole Westmarland.
Tackling Street Prostitution: Towards an Holistic Approach
M Hester;MN Westmarland.
Project Report. Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, London. (2004)
Mothering Through Domestic Violence
Lorraine Radford;Marianne Hester.
The Three Planet Model: Towards an Understanding of Contradictions in Approaches to Women and Children's Safety in Contexts of Domestic Violence
British Journal of Social Work (2011)
Making an Impact - Children and Domestic Violence: A Reader
Marianne Hester;Chris Pearson;Nicola Harwin.
Violent Men as Good-enough Fathers? A Look at England and Sweden
Maria Eriksson;Marianne Hester.
Violence Against Women (2001)
Women, violence and male power
M Hester;L Kelly;J Radford.
Domestic Violence and Child Contact Arrangements in England and Denmark
Marianne Hester;Lorraine Radford.
Who does what to whom? Gender and domestic violence perpetrators in English police records.
European Journal of Criminology (2013)
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